Fairy Tale Home
From the Mayor's office to Granny's Cafe, we're reflecting on our favorite enchanting decorating moments from the fairy-tale drama Once Upon A Time.
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Magically shabby chic
Sweet and simple like Snow White, Mary Margaret's apartment is an industrial loft decked out with eclectic antiques. The budget-friendly decor is a cool example of how exposed brick can get a homey makeover when paired with painted cottage furniture and feminine floral accessories.
Get the look from Mary Margaret's apartment
Building character. Embrace industrial features like exposed brick, peeling paint and easy-to-care-for wood floors rather than covering them up.
Flea-market finds. Get to know your local flea markets, antique shops and second-hand stores and hunt out mismatched furniture pieces for a bargain price.
Painted wood. Unify eclectic furnishings with paint color. Go for a classic shabby-chic look with white-washed wood and paint a few accent pieces in a brighter color like green or yellow.
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Once Upon A Time, season one, ended with a bit of a cliffhanger. We're not sure if everyone is staying in modern-day Storybrooke or transporting back to fantasyland, but we sure hope there are more fairy tale-inspired designs to come!
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